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  • Evening with the Black Magic Micro Cinema Camera

    So I'm relatively new here, but I've been stalking the forums for a while now, well, since I got my BMCC a few years ago. Have learnt a lot on these forums!

    Thought I'd share a low light test I shot with the Micro a few weeks ago (low light shots towards the end) - as in the description, may be a bit unconventional for a test, but, if I'm not testing the camera in ways that I want to use it then it's not really an ideal test for myself!
    Hope you guys enjoy and let me know what you think!



    Cheers,

    Rob

  • #2
    Very cool, very good use of the kaleidoscope effect at the end.
    Darren Hartman
    Asyn Film | Banana Stand Media

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    • #3
      very nice man. I echo asyndenton's comment.

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      • #4
        really nice, impressed with the footage you're getting out of the camera with such a limited amount of light. any tips you have after working on this shoot?

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        • #5
          Nice! Liked it a lot!
          Andrew Bell
          Blackmagic Production 4K Camera
          https://www.youtube.com/user/reklama4demo

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          • #6
            Thoroughly charming talent too!

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            • #7
              Thank you all very much for the kind words!

              Originally posted by iwander View Post
              really nice, impressed with the footage you're getting out of the camera with such a limited amount of light. any tips you have after working on this shoot?
              I've simply been shooting with the Micro the same way I shoot with my 2.5k and have been getting fantastic results. With the low light I simply opened the aperture to it's widest when it was shot, then pushed up the exposure in post. I also took the highlights down slightly so it didn't look like it had been pushed so much. A little bit of noise reduction and colouring and that was it!

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              • #8
                Originally posted by RobEllis View Post
                Thank you all very much for the kind words!



                I've simply been shooting with the Micro the same way I shoot with my 2.5k and have been getting fantastic results. With the low light I simply opened the aperture to it's widest when it was shot, then pushed up the exposure in post. I also took the highlights down slightly so it didn't look like it had been pushed so much. A little bit of noise reduction and colouring and that was it!
                rob-

                lovely images!

                thumbs up ;-)

                care to share how you have been rigging your bmmcc?

                tripod? monopod?

                how have you been able to monitor your images?

                any pixs would be extremely helpful.

                again, congrats on the piece.

                be well.

                rob
                smalltalk.productions

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by robfilms View Post
                  rob-

                  lovely images!

                  thumbs up ;-)

                  care to share how you have been rigging your bmmcc?

                  tripod? monopod?

                  how have you been able to monitor your images?

                  any pixs would be extremely helpful.

                  again, congrats on the piece.

                  be well.

                  rob
                  smalltalk.productions
                  Thank you very much!

                  I've actually not been rigging at all really haha, only the external monitor at the moment, rigging properly is something I've been meaning to get round to. I've got my eye on a cage at the moment.

                  I've simply been screwing the 5" Black Magic Video Assist to the top mounting point on the BMMCC. This was all shot on a tripod also.

                  Thanks again!

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